Friday Five: 12 April 2019

Friday Five: 12 April 2019

Welcome to this week’s Friday Five, a quick round up of five things on my mind. 1) IDEA I’M PONDERING Slowness. I’ve been on vacation this week with my family – a slower paced holiday than the usual once-in-a-lifetime trips I like to plan. And...
Friday Five: 5 April 2019

Friday Five: 5 April 2019

Here’s my quick Friday Five. Five random things that are on my mind this week: 1) Song I’m Listening To The Champion by Carrie Underwood, featuring Ludacris. I discovered this song last year, loved it, but haven’t played it for a long time. I...
What I Read  – March 2019

What I Read – March 2019

March was an excellent reading month! I was pretty run down for part of the month, meaning I did less work in the evenings and more reading. Plus, hubby was away for a few days and I always read more without him around – I lock up downstairs when my...
Friday Five: 29 March 2019

Friday Five: 29 March 2019

Here’s my quick Friday Five – five random things that are on my mind this week. Yes, this idea is totally borrowed from Tim Ferriss who eMails his 5-Bullet Friday every week. I totally recommend checking his out, by the way. 1) Book I’m Reading:...
Friday Five

Friday Five

A round up of the week and log of things on my mind: 1. Book I’m Reading: Free to Focus by Michael Hyatt – I received an advanced copy and am really enjoying it. 2. Productivity Tip: One of my biggest takeaways from Free to Focus has been using eMail...
What I Read – January and February 2019

What I Read – January and February 2019

I really got behind with these, huh? The good news is that I’ve been reading some brilliant books. I just haven’t posted about them. I won’t share March’s reads yet because the month isn’t complete. Here goes! JANUARY 2019 This Is How It...
Free To Focus by Michael Hyatt

Free To Focus by Michael Hyatt

Anyone who knows me knows that I’m a real geek when it comes to productivity, time management, etc. I love the idea of tweaking schedules, hacking my life, getting more done, etc. So, you can imagine how excited I was to be approached and asked to read an...
A Duty To Speak Out

A Duty To Speak Out

There’s a question that I ask myself often: If you have a message to share, and a platform to share it, are you duty bound to speak up? Is it selfish to remain quiet? I ask this usually in relation to Special Needs. Becoming a Special Needs parent is to step...
What I Read in December (2018)

What I Read in December (2018)

December was a productive reading month with a total of eight books read: The Daisy Children by Sofia Grant – a lovely book based around the real-life destruction of an American school which stole a generation of children from a small town. This book uses that...
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